Kedoshim

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וְאָהַבְתָּ לְרֵעֲךָ כָּמוֹ

And you shall love…

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We love you orlah!

One of the many mitzvos we find in our sedra is the mitzvah of orlah (see 19:23). The basic idea is that fruit that grows in the first three years is biblically forbidden to eat. The fruit of the fourth year are taken to Yerushalayim and eaten there. What’s the…

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Missing the boat

There is a hugely fundamental piece of Ramban at the start of Kedoshim. When the pasuk commands us ‘you shall be holy,’ the Ramban explains that this is referring to an umbrella mitzvah. Let’s explain. One can technically be following every mitzvah in the Torah but can still miss the…

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KEDOSHIM:

The Positive: Rabbi Moshe Rosenstein understands loving your neighbour as yourself that one should rejoice in one’s neighbour’s good news as if it were one’s own good news! The Negative: The Baal Shem Tov asks what it means to "love your neighbour as yourself"? He explains that if an individual…

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Love Thy Neighbour as yourself ?

And you shall love your neighbour like yourself, I am G-d. (Vayikra 19;18)
The commandment to have love for fellow human beings is one of Judaism's most famous legacies to all mankind. The great Rabbi Akiva referred to it a major principle of the Torah. His teacher Hillel, when confronted…

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I am in it together with you

How does somebody become a better person how does it all begin? We see clearly in this week’s parsha what Hashem wants from everyman. The pasuk says (19:3) Every man shall revere his mother and his father and you shall observe My Sabbaths- I am Hashem your God. Rashi comments…

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